mechanical stimulus


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mechanical stimulus

A stimulus produced by a physical change such as contact with objects or changes in pressure.
See also: stimulus
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It is assumed that there is one sensor point (where the mechanical stimulus is evaluated) per each FE.
16 It has been demonstrated that the key mechanical stimulus for cardiac BNP release is the LV end-systolic wall stress.
Reports indicate that mechanical stimulus in the form of vibration stimulus that travels from the sole of the foot up through the skeleton is anabolic to bone [12-14].
If a mechanical stimulus is required, yet a further component must be added to the system.
The 6000ILM AFM is said to immediately extend the capabilities of optical microscopes by allowing molecular imaging, force studies and mechanical stimulus studies to be conducted with a single-system solution, all while preserving an efficient and natural workflow.

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